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[audio]Norikbhut's Music - Norie Estorninos
Pagbangon is a documentation of my life's major realization that i have to bring back my lost dignity shattered by bitter experiences in life.Naging Bahagi Ka Na is a love song that appreciates someone else's presence in one's journey towards freedom and self actualization.  It adheres love that liberates.
Keywords: norikbhutmusic; musical composition
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[texts]Em torno da romã: aplicações de operações com contornos na composição - Marcos di Silva
Master thesis. Available at http://marcosdisilva.net/en/research.html Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA) Author: Marcos da Silva Sampaio Advisor: Pedro Kröger Contours can be understood as the shape or format of an object. In Music contour can represent a parameter in function of another, like pitch in function of density or density in function of amplitude. Contours are important because, as well as pitch sets and motives, they can help giving coherence to a musical piece...
Keywords: Musical composition; Musical contours; Woodwind quintet; Computer music
Downloads: 25
[texts]ERIC ED306738: International Directory of Braille Music Collections. Revised and Updated 1987. - ERIC
This directory, in its revised and updated form, documents the existence of 46 braille music collections in 27 countries. The purpose of the directory is not to list specific braille music editions but to establish preliminary data that will facilitate the future compilation of an international catalog. Entries in the directory are arranged alphabetically first by countries, then by cities within countries, and last by organization names within cities...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Blindness; Braille; Information Centers; Information Services; Library Materials; Library Services; Music; Musical Composition; Tactile Adaptation; Visual Impairments
[texts]ERIC ED374781: Advisor Systems: The Development Life Cycle Illustrated by Two Case Studies. - ERIC
An intelligent advisor system is an adaptive system aimed at intervening when the user of any application software performs complex transfer tasks. An important aspect that needs to be taken into account when designing and developing an advisor system is the strategies and tactics used by the advisor to provide the user with an environment tailored to his or her needs and goals. This book presents the development life cycle of advisor systems as illustrated by two case studies: CODMA, an intelli...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Computer Software Development; Databases; Expert Systems; Information Systems; Intelligent Tutoring Systems; Musical Composition; Problem Solving
Downloads: 5
[texts]ERIC ED294293: New York City: Musically Speaking. - ERIC
New York City as a subject has fascinated generations of artists, writers, and musicians. However, the glamorous image of the city has changed over the years, and in the 1960s, popular music, in particular, began to reflect a utopia/dystopia dichotomy in relation to New York. During the past twenty years, six popular singer-songwriters who have produced record albums destined for mass market consumption and specifically dealing with the concept of the city are (1) Laura Nyro--"New York Tendaberr...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Audiodisks; Music Appreciation; Musical Composition; Popular Culture; Popular Music; Singing; Songs; Urban Culture; Urban Environment
[texts]ERIC ED284780: A Child's Development of Music Notation through Composition: A Case Study. - ERIC
Learning to read and write music should be as natural as learning to read and write the English language. Similar instructional models can be used for both. This was the premise for the investigation of 5-year-old Joel's musical development. Joel was the youngest of a four-member musical family. He was surrounded by musical literature and role models, a learning environment typically encouraged by language instructors...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education; Music Education; Music Reading; Music Techniques; Musical Composition; Naturalistic Observation
[texts]ERIC ED352059: Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726): A Bibliographic Perspective. - ERIC
This study of the Italian-Argentine composer, Domenico Zipoli, first presents a brief background and biography of Zipoli, discusses the reasons for the scarcity of representative materials in the musical literature, and reviews the non-Spanish literature about the composer. A bibliographic essay focusing on the 20th century Spanish language materials about Zipoli is then presented, and a citation analysis based on these works identifies core materials for the study of the composer...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Biographies; Citation Analysis; Foreign Language Books; Foreign Language Periodicals; Literature Reviews; Musical Composition; Spanish; Translation
Downloads: 52
[audio]Cosmo Gardner: (exerpt) Calibration of Planar Directions & Magnitudes with Trumpet and Sound Conductor - Cosmo Gardner
Experiment in the interfacing of sound-projection and conducting in a composition for Solo Trumpet with Electronic Music and Sound Conductor. Exerpt from a series of experiments concieved as templates for a technique of focusing and responding to mobile spectra over 4 loudspeakers. Each layer of partials represents a plane of resonance whose distances spatially and harmonically is the perspective out of which is made more distinct sounds, still to be realised...
Keywords: Sound Projection; Space Music; Cybernetic; Cosmo Gardner; Bruce Friedman; Samuel Rodgers; Web Radio; WEBR; Experimental Musical Composition; Empirical Research; Acoustic Space; Holographic Perception; Hylomorphic; Microcosm; Cosmogenesis; 2009
Downloads: 40
[texts]ERIC ED304028: Performers, Theorists-Historians, Music Educators and Work Autonomy. - ERIC
A survey was conducted to determine the amount of autonomy for each of three music faculty types (performers, theorists-historians, and music educators). Autonomy was measured by comparing the actual time devoted to the various job-related activities with the time each faculty type would like to devote to the activities. A questionnaire listing 16 typical activities of music faculty was sent to 207 full-time music faculty members in state-supported universities...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Responsibility; College Faculty; Higher Education; Music Education; Music Teachers; Musical Composition; Musicians; Professional Autonomy; Teacher Attitudes; Teaching Load
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED368331: A Multitude of Risks in Multimedia. - ERIC
Multimedia presentations offer educators and other communicators new avenues to reach audiences, but they combine a variety of legal hazards. Producers of multimedia can end up on the receiving end of lawsuits based on the many facets of copyright, privacy, and defamation law, as this guide illustrates. Copyright gives authors, composers, photographers, and others the right to protect creative efforts, and it serves to benefit the general public by encouraging creation of new works...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Art; Authors; Copyrights; Court Litigation; Creativity; Educational Media; Fair Use (Copyrights); Film Production; Intellectual Freedom; Legal Problems; Libel and Slander; Multimedia Instruction; Musical Composition; Privacy
Downloads: 1
[audio]Cosmo Gardner - WEBR Broadcast, December 2009 - Part 2 (December 14th 2009) - Cosmo Gardner
Cosmo Gardner presents 7 musical experiments in forming, and comments on how they have been produced from a composed performance-practice beginning with the empirical observation of musical experience. This practice consists of a nested hierarchy of formulae, which are attitudes toward space. Further, these works considered as facets of a spectrum, shed light on more recent experiences and findings...
Keywords: Sound Projection; Space Music; Cybernetic; Cosmo Gardner; Bruce Friedman; Samuel Rodgers; Web Radio; WEBR; Experiemental Musical Composition; Empirical Research; Acoustic Space; Holographic Perception; Hylomorphic; Microcosm; Cosmogenesis; 2009
Downloads: 84
[texts]ERIC ED326464: Music: Common Curriculum Goals. - ERIC
Oregon's common curriculum goals for music education, an area of study that addresses the components of valuing music, developing music literacy, performing music, and creating music are presented. An overall goal for each one of these four strands is established, and then the content specific knowledge and skills that students should possess by the time they complete a particular grade level are enumerated...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Curriculum Development; Elementary Secondary Education; Minimum Competencies; Music Activities; Music Appreciation; Music Education; Music Techniques; Musical Composition; Skill Development; State Curriculum Guides; Student Educational Objectives
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED294476: Music Faculty and the Achievement of Status in the University Environment. - ERIC
A survey was conducted to determine the ways in which various factors help in the achievement of status for the three types of music faculty (performance, theory and history, and music education). A questionnaire was sent to 207 full-time music faculty members in six state-supported university schools/departments of music. A response rate of 54.6% was obtained. Questionnaire items dealt with academic rank, the education of a faculty member, performance or compositional reputation, scholarly repu...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Rank (Professional); College Faculty; Higher Education; Music Education; Music Teachers; Music Theory; Musical Composition; Professional Recognition; Teacher Attitudes; Teacher Promotion
[texts]ERIC ED298032: A Special Needs Music Community: Color and the Computer. - ERIC
The daily use of music in a Kingston, Ontario, Canada, special needs classroom motivates severely neurologically and mentally handicapped students and encourages their communication skills. In a special project, handicapped students use tape recorders with special switches to indicate to nonhandicapped elementary students what music appeals to them. With IPAINT, a computer program, the nonhandicapped students then create a visual pattern of colors to illustrate the music composed by the handicap...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Computer Software; Computer Uses in Education; Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Exceptional Child Research; Foreign Countries; Music; Musical Composition; Severe Disabilities
[texts]ERIC ED329452: Artificial Intelligence, Education and Music: The Use of Artificial Intelligence To Encourage and Facilitate Music Composition by Novices. - ERIC
The goal of this project was to find ways of using artificial intelligence to encourage and aid music composition by musical novices, particularly those without traditional musical skills. Two complementary approaches are presented. In the first approach, Harmony Space, a new kind of direct manipulation tool for music, is described. Two recent cognitive theories of harmony demonstrated how to design Harmony Space, with the expressivity to allow novices to sketch, analyze, modify, and compose har...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Artificial Intelligence; Cognitive Processes; Cognitive Psychology; Computer Science; Computer Uses in Education; Educational Research; Educational Technology; Educational Theories; Harmony (Music); Music Education; Music Theory; Musical Composition
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED366310: Music Appreciation and Technology: An Evaluation of a Creativity-Based Approach Using a MIDI Environment. - ERIC
One component of a model of creativity, the application of an understanding of elements, was explored through a study of college students applying their understanding of such musical elements as harmony, melody, rhythm, timbre, and dynamics. The 24 subjects were students in a music appreciation class, and the project was implemented using a microcomputer workstation with MIDI capabilities. Students first developed familiarity with the sequencing software and then practiced musical concepts by pr...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Students; Computer Assisted Instruction; Computer Software; Creativity; Educational Technology; Followup Studies; Higher Education; Instructional Effectiveness; Music Appreciation; Musical Composition; Student Attitudes
Downloads: 8
[audio]Cosmo Gardner - WEBR Broadcast, December 2009 - Part 1 (December 14th 2009) - Cosmo Gardner
Cosmo Gardner presents 7 musical experiments in forming, and comments on how they have been produced from a composed performance-practice beginning with the empirical observation of musical experience. This practice consists of a nested hierarchy of formulae, which are attitudes toward space. Further, these works considered as facets of a spectrum, shed light on more recent experiences and findings...
Keywords: Sound Projection; Space Music; Cybernetic; Cosmo Gardner; Bruce Friedman; Samuel Rodgers; Web Radio; WEBR; Experimental Musical Composition; Empirical Research; Acoustic Space; Holographic Perception; Hylomorphic; Microcosm; Cosmogenesis; 2009
Downloads: 70
[texts]ERIC ED328480: How Computers Are Used in the Teaching of Music and Speculations about How Artificial Intelligence Could Be Applied to Radically Improve the Learning of Compositional Skills. CITE Report No. 6. - ERIC
This paper forms part of a preliminary survey for work on the application of artificial intelligence theories and techniques to the learning of music composition skills. The paper deals with present day applications of computers to the teaching of music and speculations about how artificial intelligence might be used to foster music composition in the future. The field of music composition makes use of computer aided instruction in the areas of music theory, music history, and aural testing...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Artificial Intelligence; Computer Assisted Instruction; Computer Science; Computer Uses in Education; Educational Research; Educational Technology; Educational Trends; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Interactive Video; Music Education; Musical Composition; Skill Development
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED328484: A Knowledge-Based Tutor for Music Composition. CITE Report No. 16. - ERIC
The work described here forms part of a project using models of musical ideas within an artificial intelligence and education framework whose goal is to encourage and facilitate music composition by novices. Formal knowledge of the domain (popular music) is too incomplete and fragmented to support a traditional expert-based tutor for precisely constrained tasks with clear-cut rules. Instead the proposed system will try to construct teaching plans on the basis of what novices can do, and equally ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Artificial Intelligence; Cognitive Processes; Computer Assisted Instruction; Computer Uses in Education; Educational Technology; Foreign Countries; Learning Activities; Learning Processes; Music Education; Musical Composition; Programed Tutoring; Skill Development
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED361298: Believe in Yourself: A Case Study of Exemplary Music Teaching. - ERIC
This case study addresses the need for qualitative descriptions of effective music teaching and explores exemplary elementary general music teaching. An elementary general music teacher with 23 years of experience was observed teaching sixth graders for 10 weeks of instruction and was interviewed before and after each observation. Patterns in teaching were compared to elements found in a musical composition called a fugue...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Educational Research; Elementary School Teachers; Fine Arts; Grade 6; Intermediate Grades; Metaphors; Music Education; Music Teachers; Musical Composition; Pedagogical Content Knowledge; Research Design; Research Needs; Self Concept; Symbolism; Teacher Attitudes; Teacher Behavior; Teacher Effectiveness; Teacher Student Relationship; Teaching Experience
Downloads: 12
[movies]Euphonium Concerto (2006, Gareth Wood), World Premiere (complete), Dr. Stephen Arthur Allen (euphonium) Rutgers Symphonic Band dir. Prof. Darryl Bott - Stephen Arthur Allen
This is the world premiere of the complete four movement version of the Gareth Wood 'Euphonium Concerto'. (It is, consequently, also the world premiere of the second movement, which was composed but unpublished and was written out especially for this performance.) The performers are Dr. Stephen Arthur Allen (Professor of Euphonium, Rutgers) and the Rutgers Symphonic Band under the direction of Professor Darryl Bott in the Nicholas Music Center of the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers, The ...
Keywords: euphonium; euphonium concerto; concerto; gareth wood; wood; euphonium solo; solo; brass; brass instrument; brass solo; band instrument; Dr. stephen arthur allen; stephen allen; steve allen; euphonium soloist; daryll bott; symphonic band; concert band; wind band; wind ensemble; wind orchestra; rutgers; university; rutgers the state university of new jersey; nj; usa; nicholas music center; mason gross school of the arts; world premiere; premiere; first performance; david childs; geoffrey brand; michael brand; G & M Brand; music; classical music; wind band music; band music; composition; musical composition; new band music; concert band music; symphonic band music
Downloads: 2,190
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